Quote from WebSound
There have been and will always be cases where owners do not realize that their PayPal account has been stolen for some time, whether it be a few days or not, sure, they can stop them from happening, but they actually have to realize that it's happened first.
I've never come across a 'company' who doesn't require information, and if I ever did I would be straight out of there.
I respect your opinion
however to verify a paypal account that personal info isn't required and if the account is stolen the person who stole it has access to all of the information that is requested by server hosts so by asking for that info you change absolutely nothing unless the purchase is using credit/ debit.
a smart paypal user sets up there account to send them an email with every purchase and you can cancel a purchase within a specific time frame. if you see some one made a purchase from your account change the password get your money back and close the account after transferring your funds to the bank or a new account.
and I would like to point out that you saying 'company' is offensive because it appears you are trying to discredit MCPowered hosting whom I represent. If that is truly what you are trying to do (and i'm not saying that was your intent) it makes you seem scared of a small company like MCPowered.